- Suggested retail price: $399 per bottle
- We will pour one ounce for $11
Piedra means “stone” in Spanish. This Tequila so named due to the traditional Tahona process used to make it, a process that few tequilas are made with anymore. The agave is slowly steam-cooked before being crushed with a two-ton Tahona. The Tahona is a traditional method that utilizes a two-ton volcanic stone wheel to extract the sugary juice from the agave. The juice is then fermented, distilled, and aged in barrels.
After distillation, the tequila is aged for three years in new American and French oak barrels before being bottled at 80 proof. I look forward to cracking a bottle with you on Thursday evening.
Next Week in The Spirits Project
Macallan 21 (1991) Speymalt